Meesapulimala is the second highest peak in the Western Ghats of Idukki district on the Indian subcontinent after Anamudi. Its peak is 2,640 meters (8,661 ft) above sea level.
The name derives from the fact that it is formed of eight hills which spread like a mustache which gave a name as “Meesapulimala”. It is considered to be most beautiful mountains to climb over in the south Western Ghats.
One of the Best part of the Meesapulimala Trek you could see lots of Rhododendrons flowers. The Valley is also called Rhodo Valley. It’s special because it is the only place where you see these flowers in south India else it grows in abundance in Sikkim and nearby regions. Rhododendron trees are actually the state tree of Sikkim. Please do look for the picture of this beautiful flower tree.
The Campsite of this Messapulimala Trek in the Silent Valley of Munnar. It has the beautiful panoramic view of the below valley and waterfalls.
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